It’s that time of year again. Still feels like the summer but the traffic is worse, and students have filled up central Tucson as the University of Arizona gears up for another year. While there is much to lament about the influx of people into Tucson due to school there is also one major positive, Wildcats Football! What’s that you say? Football isn’t really your sport, or sports really isn’t your thing. Not too worry because with UA Football comes UA Football tailgating. If you haven’t been tailgating is a full blown Tucson family event with the Pride of Arizona marching band, University of Arizona Alumni, local Tucsonans, and all kinds of families.
What’s that you say? Football isn’t really your sport, or sports really isn’t your thing. Not too worry because with UA Football comes UA Football tailgating.
Tailgating begins 6 hours before kickoff of the game and no ticket is necessary to walk among the booths, grab some food, and play on the University of Arizona’s lawns. If you haven’t yet been to this Tucson event you should definitely consider going because no sports enthusiasm is necessary to enjoy an afternoon of BBQ on the University of Arizona lawn. Over 50,000 people in Tucson gather for each game aso don’t miss out on one of Tucson’s larget events.
For the real football fans tickets can be bought at ArizonaWilcats.com or by calling the McKale ticket office at (520) 617-CATS
Check out the 2010-2011 University of Arizona Wildcats football schedule below (home games in bold).